Battery life is one of the most important things to think about when buying a new smartphone – you don’t want a handset that won’t last a full day of use, or that will crumble under pressure when you try to stream movies or play games.
Huawei P30 Pro ( 4,200mAh)
Huawei’s latest plus-sized phone, the Huawei P30 Pro, isn’t the first handset you’d think of if you were looking for a phone with great battery power, because its quad-lens camera setup is by far the most important feature, but it also boasts a huge battery pack.
BlackBerry Key2 ( 3,500mAh)
If you’re looking for a phone with great battery life because you need a great business phone, the BlackBerry Key2 is your friend.Instead of having, touchscreen typing it has its own keyboard, which means a smaller screen, so with that alongside the sizeable 3,500mAh battery it can last for between 25 and 35 hours of use – enough to do all the business work you need.
IPhone X (2,716mAh)
IPhones aren’t normally known for being great devices for battery life, and the 2,716mAh power pack in the iPhone X would seem on paper to be tiny compared to other phones on this list.However, the Apple devices are optimized so you can barely tell the battery capacity is half that of the bigger Moto batteries – the iPhone X performed admirably in our battery test, and you can comfortably use it for a full day between charges just like any bigger-battery rival.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus ( 4,100mAh)
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is another plus-sized high-end smartphone with a huge battery pack, but it really comes into its own with its quick wireless and reverse wireless charging, so you can easily trade juice between devices on the fly.
Moto E4 Plus (5,000mAh)
Like the Moto G7 Power, the Moto E4 Plus has a huge 5,000mAh battery pack, but because it’s an older low-end phone you’re less likely to be using it for really intensive tasks, so it can easily last for two days without charging.